Cardinal Arinze says sharing Communion with Catholics cannot be an option for Protestants: 'It isn’t just that we wish one another well. After Mass you can go to the refectory and have a cup of tea and even a glass of beer and a bit of cake. That’s OK. But the Mass is not like that.'
Two key Vatican figures, Archbishop Gerhard Müller and Cardinal Reinhard Marx, are openly at odds on one of the most neuralgic issues facing the Church. Müller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, staunchly argues that Catholics who divorce